We are proud to announce our partnership with Good Things Foundation to improve digital inclusion at home.
The offline population in the UK is 12.6 million, and tend to be the elderly, uneducated, and low income. Access can be a huge barrier to people becoming confident, independent internet users. The UK online centres network provides internet access and teach digital skills to those that require support. However, we do know that learners who don’t have home access take longer to develop these skills. Thanks to our partnership, members of UK online centres are now able to buy their own personal computer, giving them the opportunity to practice the skills they learn at local centres between sessions.
To find out more about our partnership get in touch with Ludovic Gautier.